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  • Black Soil (7 LT)

    RM 3.50
    Black Soil (7 LT)
    • Product Code: 9 556430 333153
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 7 litre


    Serbajadi Quality Black Soil is very suitable for indoor & outdoor plants.

    Direction of Use
    After potting, water the plants generously for best results
  • Serbajadi Adenium King 19

    RM 5.20

    Baja Serbajadi Adenium King 19 is has been specially studie and formulated to supply all the nourshing nutrinets to all varietes of Adenium plants.

     

    4N 6P 8K MgOTE
    Baja Serbajadi Adenium King 19
    • Product Code: 9 556430 373388
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 400 gm

    Baja Serbajadi Adenium King 19 is has been specially studie and formulated to supply all the nourshing nutrinets to all varietes of Adenium plants. Regular usage of Adenium King together with Serbajadi Growth Master Instant Foliar Sprays favor rapid developement of the plant and stimulate intense blooming in particular with bigger and more flowers.

    Direction of Use
    Use the guideline below to determine the dosage of application.
    Apply once every 10 days or as required.
    Small potted plants: 1 level teaspoon per pot
    Big potted plants: 1 level tablespoon per pot
    Young trees: 3 to 5 tablespoons per plant
    Older trees: 5 to 10 tablespoons per plant

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Amaranthus Perfect Red – Bayam Merah BBS 014

    RM 2.40

    Commonly known as Chinese spinach, this vegetable is not hard to recognize given its striking red leaves that concentrate at the crown of a long stem.

     

    Amaranth Perfect Red – Bayam Merah Istimewa
    Amaranthus spp.(Amaranthaceae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 103183
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Commonly known as Chinese spinach, this vegetable is not hard to recognize given its striking red leaves that concentrate at the crown of a long stem. Not only is red-leaved Amaranth flavoursome, it is inexpensive and can be grown quite easily in your garden. It is considered one of the world’s healthiest vegetables and exceptionally nutritious. Both the leaves and stems are edible, and delicious. The plant should be washed well and the leaves pulled off the stems before cooking. The stem is usually peeled before it is cooked. It can be steamed, simmered in soups, or cooked in coconut milk with root vegetables such as sweet potato or pumpkin.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves; shoots, stems
    Best soil: A light, sandy, well-drained and fertile soil.
    How to plant: The seeds should be sown very thinly on soil. Seedlings, when they sprout, should be planted about 3-6 inches apart.
    When to harvest: 30 days after sowing of seeds when leaves are 6” to 8” (15-25 cm) tall.
    How to harvest: For greens, use whole plant when they are small; carefully pull out whole plant from the ground. For large plants, cut off 3” to 4” from base of stems
    Care: Keep soil moist. Weed regularly. Nitrogenous fertilisers are required during active growth.
  • Serbajadi Angled Loofah -Petola BBS 029

    RM 2.40

    Angled Loofah or angled gourd is a vigorous climbing annual herb, has ten raised angular ridges running from the stalk to the tip of the fruit.

     

    Angled Loofah - Petola BBS029
    Luffa acutangula (L.) cylindrica. (Cucurbitaceae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 873116
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Angled Loofah or angled gourd is a vigorous climbing annual herb, has ten raised angular ridges running from the stalk to the tip of the fruit. Fruits are club-shaped, 60 – 270 cm long and 5-12 cm in diameter. Young fruits which are smaller in size are preferred as the interior becomes tough and fibrous in mature angled gourds. Peel off the ridges and the rest of the skin, which is bitter. Slice crosswise, leaving the seeds intact, and use in soups or stir-fried dishes. It is best to leave it in cold running water for at least 10 minutes before cooking.

    Type of vegetable: Seeds bearing fruits
    Edible parts: Fruits
    Best soil: Grows well on loams which are well fertilised with manure
    How to plant: It is propagated by seeds
    When to harvest:Immature fruits may be harvested when they are young
    How to harvest: Cut fruits from stalks with a pair of scissors or sharp knife.
    Care: Keep soil moist and weed regularly.
  • Serbajadi Antirrhinum Majus FS 001

    RM 5.20

    We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.

     

    Serbajadi Snapdragon FS001
    Antirhinum Majus
    • Product Code: 9 556430 138017
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Height: Medium, 2 - 4 (.6-1.2m )

    Direction of Use
    Gardening Tips
    1. We strongly recommend to use Serbajadi Biodegradeble Peat Pot Set for rapid seed germination.
    2. For trasplanting, it best to use to Serbajadi Potting Mix or Potting Soil.
    3. Moisten the soil before adding the seeds. Add enough water to get a spongy wet consistency, but do not completely saturate the soil.
    4. Dig a hole only 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) deep and equally as wide. A transplanted / potted flower will need a hole as deep as the root ball that it comes with. Flowers don’t need to be smothered with soil, so burying them deep isn’t necessary.
    5. Water again. Only add a small sprinkle of water to moisten the seeds and the new soil. Do not drown your seeds.
    6. Cover your container. If using a germination tray, it likely came with a clear plastic cover. Otherwise, use clear plastic wrap. The cover prevents your seeds from drying out, but it must be clear to allow adequate sunlight through.
    7. Remove the covering once the seedlings show two complete sets of leaves.Relocate the seedlings to a location with better sunlight.
    8. Start your seeds indoors 4 to 8 weeks before you plan on transferring them to your outdoor garden. Typically, this means starting them 4 to 8 weeks before the expected last frost. Doing so gives your seedlings plenty of time to develop prior to the transfer, making them strong enough to withstand winds, insects, and other pests.
    9. During the growing stage, use Foliar Growing Inducer 63 as a Foliage Booster.
    10. To ensure plants bloom with abundat flowers, richer in colour - use Morebloom 55 Flower Booster.
    11. Water plants at least twice daily for best result.

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Aromatic Celtuce-Celtuce Beraroma BBS 017

    RM 2.40

    This is a variety of lettuce with swollen, crispy and fleshy stalk, is widely grown for use sliced and stir-fried.

     

    Aromatic Celtuce BBS017
    Lactuca sativa L. angustana Irish ex Bremer, syn. Var. asparagina Bailey(Compositae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 880053
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    This is a variety of lettuce with swollen, crispy and fleshy stalk, is widely grown for use sliced and stir-fried. This stem lettuce is an annual which tolerates a wide range of temperature. Highly aromatic! Vigorous growth. The plants are peeled and thinly sliced before being stir-fried. The hearts may also be eaten like small cos lettuce.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves; stems
    Best soil: Fertile, well-drained loose soil
    How to plant: Sow seeds ¼” deep 1” apart in rows 12” apart. Thin to 4” to 6” apart
    When to harvest: 45 days after sowing
    How to harvest: Carefully pluck whole plant from the ground
    Care: Keep soil moist. Weed regularly
  • Serbajadi Bermuda Grass Seeds

    RM 16.90

    Serbajadi Bermuda Grass Seeds is coated with a clay based product applied with a fungicide and dye.

     

    Serbajadi Bermuda Grass Seeds
    • Product Code: 9 556430 770439
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight:100 gm

    Serbajadi Bermuda Grass Seeds is coated with a clay based product applied with a fungicide and dye. The fungicide helps control seed and soil borne pathogens. Coated seeds are also easier to broadcast when planting. Bermuda grass seed minimum germination of quality seed is 80% or higher.

    Advise for Sowing Grass Seeds on Lawns

    1. Site Selection
    Prior to planting Serbajadi Bermuda Grass Seeds, please select a site that is in full sun and has well-drained soil. Proper drainage is essential for successful establishment and the development of mature healthy turf. If drainage tiles are required, this should be installed. Irrigation system piping should also be installed.
    2. Soil Test
    Next, you will need to carry out a soil test and pH test on your site. Amendments such as organic matter, lime and/or sulfur based on your soil tests can be added at this time.
    Soil pH is measured on a scale of 1-14 with 7 being neutral. A soil pH below 7 is considered acidic while a soil pH above 7 is considered alkaline. Bermuda grass prefers a soil pH of 6-7. Add Serbajadi Garden Lime to raise the pH of the soil.
    Occasionally, you may encounter an alkaline soil with a pH above 7.5. In such a case, you can lower the pH to the 6-7 range with an elemental sulfur product. The most common form of elemental sulfur is aluminum sulfate.
    3. Seedbed Preparation
    Till up your lawn area so that no weeds or grasses are left living in the area to be planted. This can be done with either a garden tiller, a tractor harrow/tiller or shovel. Loosen soil to a depth of 6-8 inches (15-20 cm) and put aside. Level area to proper grade with pulverized soil/sand at the surface. Now is the time to remove hills and depressions so that you have a nice smooth lawn. Remove debris (sticks, stones, etc), from the area.
    Place the loosen to soil back to the area, level the ground by raking or dragging something over the surface until it is smooth and level. This is the primary growth area for your new grass.
    Do not compact your soils on site by driving on with equipment when it is wet or damp.
    Do not use weed killers before or after planting seed.
    Note: You must allow a period of 10-14 weeks prior to, and 10-14 weeks after seeding date in which NO herbicides or weed & feeds can be applied. Keep area mowed frequently to control weeds.
    4. Seeding
    Bermuda Grass Seeding Rate for New Turf Applications
    Plant 100g of Serbajadi Bermuda grass seed (coated seed) per 8 square meters for new turf applications. More seed may be needed to ensure full coverage.
    You can use a commercial turf grass planter or sow the seeds by hand. For best results spread half of the seeds in one direction and another half in a different direction crisscross (90 degrees) to the first direction. This pattern ensures even coverage.
    Note: Too many seeds too close together causes seedlings to fight for room and nutrients. Grass may be weak or thin in these areas.
    Once your seeds are sowed, rake or drag the seeded area, so that as many of the seeds as possible are lightly covered (1/4 inch is ideal covering to hold moisture). This may be the most important step – a bare, open-to-the-air seed lying on the soil surface with no protection from extreme weather condition, cannot be kept moist enough to germinate well.
    Then if desired a light rolling will ensure good seed / soil contact. Irrigation is generally a requirement for best establishment. With the first watering, make sure that you apply enough water to wet the soil down to at least 6 to 8 inches. Apply the water gently with a handheld hose so that you don't wash the seed away or create puddles.
    You may have to water several times in short intervals until the bed is thoroughly wet. After that, water often enough to keep the top inch or so of the seedbed moist until the seed germinates. Soil moisture around the seed must be maintained for about 1 to 3 weeks or until new grass is two inches high. The seedbed must be kept moist during germination. Remember, seeds get only one shot at germination. Let them dry out, and they're dead. However, you don't want to overdo it. Too much water causes the seed to rot (wet is if you squeeze a ball of soil / water runs out - you don't want it that wet.).
    Note: Keep in mind that establishing a bermuda grass lawn from seed takes time! So be patient and do not expect an "instant lawn". Your lawn will grow to be beautiful over time!
    5. Protect the seedbed
    To keep kids, pets, or whatever off your newly seeded, very wet lawn, encircle it with brightly colored string attached to small stakes.
    6. Caring for your new lawn after germination
    As your new lawn becomes established, provide less frequent, deep watering to encourage deep root growth, depending on the weather. If you continue your everyday watering routine, you're likely to overdo it and rot the young seedlings. Also, if the ground is too wet, you can inhibit root growth.
    When you have a pretty even ground cover of new seedlings, try skipping a day of watering and see what happens. Watch the grass carefully. If the color starts to go from bright green to dull gray green, the grass needs water. You may have to water some quick-to-dry areas with a handheld hose.
    If the grass doesn't dry out, keep stretching the intervals between watering until you're on a schedule of once or twice a week, or as needed. When you do water, don't forget to water deeply, getting the moisture down 6 to 8 inches.
    Watch the color of the soil surface. As the soil dries, the surface becomes lighter in color. When you notice about half to two-thirds of the surface lightening up, it's about time to water.
    You also need to make your first application of fertilizer about 4 to 6 weeks after germination. We highly recommend our Baja Serbajadi Lawnmaster.
    7. The First Mowing of Bermuda Grass Lawns
    There's more to a new lawn than just watering. You need to mow the new lawn when it reaches 3 to 4 inches high. Mow when the soil is on the dry side; otherwise, you might tear up the new turf. In addition to avoid scalping the turf, do not remove more than 1/3 of the leaf blade per mowing. Minimum recommended mowing height (reel mowers) is 0.5 - 0.75 inches (12.5 to 18.75 mm). After the first mowing, mow every 3 to 7 days. Rotary mowers require higher minimum height (around 1”) to prevent scalping. Frequent mowing reduces the “brown look” on Bermuda grass.
  • Serbajadi Bitter Gourd – Kambas BBS 038

    RM 2.40

    Bitter gourd is an annual climbing tropical plant, with five-angled, grooved and hairy stems. The young fruits are dark green, and turn yellow or orange upon maturity. The bitter gourd is relished as a vegetable and valued for its medicinal qualities as well.

     

    Bitter Gourd - Peria Katak BBS038 F1 Hybrid
    Momordica charantia L. (Cucurbitaceae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 888967
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Bitter gourd is an annual climbing tropical plant, with five-angled, grooved and hairy stems. The young fruits are dark green, and turn yellow or orange upon maturity. The bitter gourd is relished as a vegetable and valued for its medicinal qualities as well. Belonging to the same family as cucumbers, squashes and gourds, the gourd with its typical ribbed and pointed appearance can be anything from 2 to 10 inches long. The ripe fruit bears brown, woody seeds, embedded in a red pulp.

    The bitter gourd is a vegetable many find hard to enjoy because of its bitter taste. However, once you learn of its goodness and slowly acquire a taste for it, you will be able to appreciate its unique flavour, especially when it is used in certain dishes.

    The fruit has many uses. It can be eaten as ulam after blanching in hot water and can also be cooked as a vegetable in a variety of ways in Malay, Chinese and Indian cuisine

    Deep-fried bitter gourd marinated in turmeric and spices is a common accompaniment with a banana leaf rice meal, while you could find it stir-fried with anchovies and chilies at a nasi campur stall.

    The Chinese may stir-fry it with egg or salted egg, boil it in soup or make yong tau foo with it. As for the nyonyas, they would cook it in a curry.

    If you are into juicing for health, adding some bitter gourd into your fruit and vegetable concoction would give the added boost of vitamins and minerals, and provide an uplifting flavour to your drink for sure.

    Bitter gourd provides a number of health benefits as it contains phytochemicals and antioxidants. It is low in calories and contains dietary fiber, minerals and vitamins. This vegetable is very nutritious with considerable amount of iron, calcium, phosphorus and other trace elements. It also contains various types of vitamins B, C and A, to help your body fight diseases.

    In traditional medicine, eating the fruit is said to purify the blood. It can also be used to treat skin diseases or the leaves can be boiled and the water used as a skin lotion. Bitter gourd is also noted as a type of plant insulin that helps lower blood sugar levels to help those with type 2 diabetes.

    Type of vegetable: Seeds bearing fruits
    Edible parts: Fruits
    Best soil: Bitter gourd tolerates a wide range of soil types
    How to plant: Soak seeds in water for 24 hours, then wrap them in damp paper towels and put them in a plastic bag. They should germinate within a couple of days. Sow the germinated seed in modules or small pots before transplanting.
    When to harvest: Immature fruits are harvested at 50-70 days from sowing. They must be picked before they ripen
    How to harvest: Cut fruits from stalks with a pair of scissors or sharp knife.
    Care: Bitter gourd needs plenty of water throughout growth.
  • Serbajadi Blue Special 43

    RM 9.50

    12N 5P 6K TE

    • Product Code: 9 556430 770125
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 100 ml
  • Serbajadi Blue Special 43

    RM 9.50

    ​Granular compound fertiliser to induce fruiting

     

    12N 12P 17K 2MgO TE
    Serbajadi Blue Special 43
    • Product Code: 9 556430 873673
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 400 gm

    Storage
    Keep away from children and pets.
    Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Serbajadi Brinjal-Terung Panjang BBS 001

    RM 2.40

    The brinjal or eggplant is a popular vegetable in local kitchens. This vegetable is easy to grow and thrives best in a hot climate. This popular fruit vegetable belongs to the same family as tomato and hot pepper.

     

    F1 Hybrid Brinjal -Terung Panjang BBS001
    Solarnum melongena L. (Solanaceae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code: 9 556430 873178
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    The brinjal or eggplant is a popular vegetable in local kitchens. This vegetable is easy to grow and thrives best in a hot climate. This popular fruit vegetable belongs to the same family as tomato and hot pepper. Brinjal is one of the more prolific producers of the vegetable world. On top of that, it is great in recipes. The dark purple fruit is slender and straight with spongy flesh that contains numerous small seeds. Brinjal is high in magnesium, fiber, potassium, and vitamins C, K and B6. On top of that, it is great in recipes. Brinjal can be cooked in numerous ways – the fruits, both mature and immature, are sliced and stir-fried, steamed, boiled, stuffed or stewed. However, a technique for preventing oxidation and darkening is to soak the cut fruits in salt water for a few minutes. In terms of nutrition, the brinjal is rich in Vitamin a and phosphorus. Dieters should love brinjal, being low in calories and fat.

    Type of vegetable: Fleshy fruited
    Edible parts: Fruits
    Best soil: Before planting, add plenty of compost or manure, as brinjal thrives in rich soil with plenty of humus to encourage good root growth.
    How to plant: You can grow the seeds in pots or boxes indoors and they will germinate in about 10-12 days; and the seedlings can be transplanted about 30-40 days after sowing. When transplanting the seedlings, keep them about 10-12 cm apart. Use light, sandy soil with plenty of humus, and manure or compost. For outdoors planting, select a sunny location. Brinjal like full sun. Sow seeds very shallow, about 1/4 to 1/2 inch and lightly water them in. Space 1 1/2 feet apart. Space rows 2 to 2 1/2 feet apart.
    When to harvest: 55 to 70 days. The brinjal can be harvested as soon as the first fruit reaches a desirable size and a lot of gloss appears on the skin. Do not allow it to fully mature before harvesting as young fruits are more tender and they have smaller seeds. By continuous harvesting, you will encourage more fruit to set all the way.
    How to harvest: The fruits are harvested by hand. Cut fruits with a pair of scissors or sharp knife
    Care: Water well during flowering and when fruits are developing. Pinch out the growing tips to encourage compact growth. Stake plants that have a heavy fruit set. Brinjal does not suffer from too many diseases
  • Serbajadi Broad Leaf Water Convolvulus – Kangkong Daun Lebar BBS 051

    RM 2.40

    Water Convolvulus or water spinach is very common in South-East Asia and can either grow in water or soil and requires little care.

     

    Broad Leaf Water Convolvulus BBS051
    Ipomoea aquatica Forsk. (Convolvulaceae)
    12N 5P 6K TE
    • Product Code:9556430 733052
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Weight: 1 gm

    Water Convolvulus or water spinach is very common in South-East Asia and can either grow in water or soil and requires little care. It has long, soft, trailing stems bearing fresh and attractive white or pink flowers. The leaves of this annual herb are broad in shape and the stems are hollow. The young shoots and leaves are used as a cooked vegetable. They are high in fiber and rich in folic acid and especially iron and is good as a laxative.

    Type of vegetable: Leafy
    Edible parts: Leaves; stems
    Best soil: It requires high soil moisture and a high level of organic content. It can also adapt to a wide range of soil conditions.
    How to plant: It is easily raised from seed but may be propagated by cuttings. The young seedling plants are often grown on dry land.
    When to harvest: 30 days after sowing and as often as you like (after each harvest, new shoots will grow)
    How to harvest: Simply pluck desired young shoots with hands
    Care: Keep soil moist. High soil moisture is required.
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